Bisexuality in men vs. Bisexuality in women?

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    Oct 20, 2011 1:25 AM GMT
    Is it just me or does it seem like almost every girl I talk to is bisexual nowadays? All of my friends have girlfriends that have had bisexual experiences at some point. One had sex with other girls, another one admitted to masturbating to girls, and another one actually had a gf at one point. The majority of my female friends are also bisexual. I know for a fact that two of my guy friends are bi, but neither one of them are out. It makes me wonder if bisexuality in men is more common than we might think. A lot of people say that 10% of the population is apart of lgbt, but I'm thinking that it's a lot more than that. Maybe it's closer to around 30%
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    Oct 20, 2011 1:28 AM GMT
    I think we all are bisexual to some extent. Maybe more so in da FUTURE!

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    Oct 20, 2011 1:28 AM GMT
    There is no quantitative measure of sexuality.


    It is very socially acceptable for straight women to have sex with women.
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    Oct 20, 2011 1:30 AM GMT
    The difference, I think, is that it's more acceptable for women to experiment sexually. Not only that, a woman can be perfectly straight and part of her strategy for attracting straight men can be to feign bi-curiosity.

    My sister had this friend who was what we called an "Attention Lesbian". She was straight until one day she very loudly became a lesbian. She would always go on and on about what a big old lesbian she was, and how she liked girls now and how her girlfriend, who was also a lesbian, would make out with her, another girl, because they were both girls and both lesbians making out and wasn't that hot?!? And she would conspicuously do this in the presence of straight guys, making sure everyone knew just how hot it was that she had a girlfriend. icon_rolleyes.gif

    Conversely, you're not going to get a whole lot of straight girls flocking to you if you pretend to suck dicks.
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    Oct 20, 2011 1:30 AM GMT
    ThePenIsMyTier saidThere is no quantitative measure of sexuality.


    Oh don't say that you'll hurt my logical thinking, I need FACTS dammit FACTS! 1:1 black and white
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    Oct 20, 2011 1:51 AM GMT
    I'd say most of my straight friends exhibit bisexual tendencies of some sort - many of which may not even be clear to them. The often-quoted 10% only includes the ones who will admit to it.

    But, here's another statistic from Kinsey that may interest you: according to that late 1940s survey (which was the source of the 10% figure), 50% (as in FIFTY PERCENT) of men who are still single at 35 have had a sexual experience "to completion" (that means orgasm) with another guy.

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    Oct 20, 2011 2:11 AM GMT
    Athaleet saidI'd say most of my straight friends exhibit bisexual tendencies of some sort - many of which may not even be clear to them. The often-quoted 10% only includes the ones who will admit to it.

    But, here's another statistic from Kinsey that may interest you: according to that late 1940s survey (which was the source of the 10% figure), 50% (as in FIFTY PERCENT) of men who are still single at 35 have had a sexual experience "to completion" (that means orgasm) with another guy.



    The 'survey' was lambasted by the scientific community for having a poor test sample.

    Why?

    Kinsey interviewed prostitutes and prisoners. Only.

    His study was groundbreaking but it's worthless now.

    If Kinsey also asked them if they committed murder, then apparently 10 to 30% of the population are murderers according to his study....